A fast-paced mashup of roguelikes and first-person shooters.
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Veröffentlichung: 24. Apr. 2014
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14. Mai

Major Update Today

Major Update Today
A new patch has been released for Rogue Shooter which makes several changes including resolution options, music fixes, and a new weapon.


  • A new weapon has been added:The W.O.M.P. The Weaponized Omni-Matter Projector can be reloaded by feeding excess Science Items into it. It has four different modes of fire depending on which Science Item you reload it with. If you want to try out this weapon, the Scientist class now starts with it.
  • Inside every Safe Room will now be an Upgrade Drill. You can pay five tools to give +1 damage to your weapons.
  • There are higher resolution options available now in the options menu.
  • COSSACK MODE! Enabling this mode in the options will cause your kicks to alternate legs.
  • There is now a slider for adjusting the sound volume.

Bug Fixes
  • The music should loop properly now.
  • You should now be able to move the game window around without causing the camera to spin uncontrollably.
  • Katanas can now be repaired.
  • The Dog Launcher and Quicksand Gun can no longer be fired while cloaked. Sorry.
  • The tombstones are no longer blank when you are killed by a boss.

Balance Changes
  • Gladiator Perk now causes melee attacks to ALWAYS critical hit. As fun as it is to chop or kick someone, it still felt like brining a boot to a gunfight. Hopefully with this perk selected it should make melee somewhat more viable.
  • Shotguns have been buffed. The shotguns felt a little weaker than I liked so the damage for Double Barrel, Pump and Auto shotguns has been increased. There are no changes to the Shotgun Trident because you can't improve on perfection.
  • Rocket Launchers and Grenade Launchers have been buffed as well.
  • The Minigun has a slight decrease on damage. It's still pretty OP though.
  • The Phasing Device now teleports you to a random location on the map. The old Phasing Device didn't end up being very useful. This should make it better as an escape device.
  • The Gadget Box is now half as effective as the Tool Bench at repairing weapons and armor. The Gadget box was a little too powerful and it made taking the Grease Monkey Background a no brainer. To make up for this though, armor will now break less often.

Minor Changes
  • The Dog Launcher and Quicksand Gun now decrease in durability. This makes it easier to tell when they are used up.
  • Hitting Escape will close your menu in game.
  • Changed the description of the Venus Human Trap to reflect the fact that the goo hurts you.
  • The elevator noise between floors has been toned down. It shouldn't blow out your speakers any more.

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29. April

Save On Exit Mode Has Been Added

The newest update will now allow you to suspend your game when you quit so that you may resume it later.

There is only one save slot and it is deleted when you die, so it will not make the game any easier but will allow you to take breaks on your journey to the top of Helios.

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Über dieses Spiel

First-person shooters and roguelikes have finally tied the knot! Their offspring, ROGUE SHOOTER, tasks you with navigating a space station run amok. Blast aliens and kick robots in the face as you traverse each level; collecting weapons and gaining experience along the way. How far will you go when death lurks around every corner? Will you reach the 100th level and destroy the source of the station’s corruption? Probably not, but it’s worth a try.

  • Fast-paced and challenging gameplay!
  • More guns than you can shake a stick at! We wish you would stop shaking it though, it’s making us nervous.
  • Level up and pick from the finest perks this side of the Mississippi!
  • High score charts track your best attempts. Brag to your friends about yours, they surely won’t hate you for it!
  • Play mini-games to hack into secure computers. Just like real hacking!
  • You can battle with robots, aliens, and giant carnivorous plants! You can also battle with your low self-esteem and crippling alcoholism, but those aren’t included in this game.
  • Unlock backgrounds, difficulties and enemy weaknesses.


    • OS: Windows
    • Processor: 1.6Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.7 Std. insgesamt
The average person will get 2-4 hours of fun out of this. wait til a sale if you want to buy it. I can't recommend it otherwise.
Verfasst: 4. Oktober
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0 von 1 Personen (0%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
34.8 Std. insgesamt
Robotica, but not awful
Verfasst: 1. Oktober
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1.0 Std. insgesamt
I want to like this game, as the gameplay itself is a lot of fun, but sadly it's so bug riddled that I can't actually play it. Graphically it is really bad to have invisible walls, objects, enemies, floors, and doors. Needless to say, this makes for a surreal and unplayable experience. The dev has dropped off the face of the Earth (and never put much effort into bug hunting while he was here), so it's a sour experience.

Simply put, try the demo first. There's a good chance that you can't actually play it. And even then, I'd recommend buying it on a heavy sale just in case.
Verfasst: 16. Oktober
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35 von 38 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
29.5 Std. insgesamt
I actually enjoyed this game for what it's worth, but I can't recommend buying it. The developer, Hippomancer, has left the game in an unplayable state for some and a buggy mess for others, myself included in the latter. There were two patches in the first three weeks after the game was released, and then nothing. All attempts to contact the dev via the forums, the contact page on his website, or his twitter account have gone unanswererd.

The game has not been updated since May of 2014. The game was released in April of 2014. It is very clearly abandonware. Don't support devs who don't support their own games.
Verfasst: 13. Juni
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11 von 12 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.5 Std. insgesamt
Surprisingly addictive and full of true 90's FPS charm, but holy hell does this game have some huge control issues. Enemies somehow manage to grapple onto you and stop you from moving, you get caught on walls all the time and there's loads of other cheap problems with the level design, or lack thereof. There's 100 or so floors and I can't imagine anyone beating them any time soon.

Hopefully they patch out the small bugs because this one has a lot of potential.

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Verfasst: 1. Juni
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7 von 8 Personen (88%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
61.6 Std. insgesamt
I've beaten this game on Hardcore (normal difficulty) and have enjoyed every minute of it. If the screenshots on this page invoke any sort of nostalgia, I can pretty much guarantee this game will be up your alley.

The weapon design, balance, and difficulty all feel like they are in a good place at the moment. I get a good sense of satisfaction from taking a look at a scenario, checking my inventory, and coming up with an optimal plan of attack and pulling it off.

It's hard not to recommend this game, if you have even a fleeting interest in this sort of genre, I doubt you'd be disapointed.
Verfasst: 2. Mai
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6 von 7 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
If you have ever played Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold then you have played this game. But Blake Stone is a lot more fun and was released in 1993.
Verfasst: 18. Juli
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5 von 7 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.2 Std. insgesamt
the Illegetimate Lovechild of Doom and a coloring book.

No, Seriously. This game plays like doom with an Inventory, Levelling and perks but on the other hand being much more colorful.
As with all Roguelikes, Replay value is high, since over time you unlock new perks, playable "classes" (say: starting equipments) enemy and location info etc.

The Action is tight and intense, weapon ranges are wide with different types for different jobs. Permanent Upgrades will help you conquer more and more of the station eah time and enviromental hazards will give you a reason to hurry up on much floors.
Verfasst: 16. Juli
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5 von 7 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
15.9 Std. insgesamt
This game is amazing. Its sort of a mixture of Borderlands and Doom. Its unique mixture of running, kicking, and strategy makes it epically fun. Running low on any type of ammunition or taking the wrong perk can really ruin your day. It takes 100 levels to beat, and I often spend about 5-10 minutes per level. With fun guns like the Dog Launcher, and a plethora of backgrounds, perks, unlockables, lore and other add-ons the game is quirky & fun, sucking user in immediately.

In all this, my only Con is the lack of Achievements, Users should at least get an achievement for beating the game...

Nonetheless its a wonderful game, and at its $5.00 price its definitely worth it. :D
Verfasst: 29. April
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.3 Std. insgesamt
At first, this game seems pretty fun. You've got creative weapons, purposely bad graphics, and an all-around charm to the game. Then you realize how bad the game is. dreadful controls, unoriginal enemies, ands an artificial feel to the game. okay, the game's not terrible. It can be pretty fun at times, but when you start to get "sucked in" to the game, you realize how boring it is. Seriously, after about 15 minutes of playing the game, it felt like a friggin' chore. Games are something to do to make you happy, not kill your brain cells one by one! This game is terrible. You should only consider buying this if it is on sale for 2 dollars or (hopefully) less. Final score: 3/10.
Verfasst: 1. August
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.3 Std. insgesamt
It's Chex Quest with more corridors.

It's a fun and charming distraction. The randomly generated content lies primarily in the map layout, the level of weapons and armor you pick up, and which enemies you will be facing on each floor. There are some weapons with status effects, and a varity of alternative items like stims, shields, and explosives. It's just enough to allow for a bit of experimentation.

As you play more you can choose to start with different perks and items, but by floor 20, your loadout will reflect your playstyle rather than the "background" you chose to start with.

The more you play, the more intel you get, which can be spent on permanent stat upgrades, more backgrounds, and enemy strengths and data. You also unlock story logs which carry on the odd humor of the game. You can play the game fully without touching them though.

Besides each floor being made entirely of corridors and rectangle rooms with texture swaps for the walls, the big flaw with this game are some odd bugs. I haven't encountered any game breaking bugs or crashing, but sometimes you will see a few enemies who have spawned outside the map that you can't shoot, or the music will stop and not start playing until you reach the next floor, and how strange the game window acts, as it if its moved away from the screen's center, strange things happen. Screenshots suck to.

Playing the demo though shows off quite a bit of what the full games provides for only a couple of the easiest floors. It should expose any bugs that there may be on your system, or if this type of gameplay is your thing.

If you are craving Chex Quest: The Roguelike. This is the game for you. Just enough content and variety at a $5 price point that allows for cheap, quick, fast-paced, tactical gameplay. What it may lack in the variety of items you may be used to from Binding of Isaac, it's quirky humor, lively enemies, and plenty of opportunity for thoughtful experimentation, it holds its own, if you keep in mind what kind of games its drawing inspiration from, classic old-school shooters.

Like I said, it's pretty much Chex Quest with more corridors.
Verfasst: 4. Mai
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
56.6 Std. insgesamt
I love this game. It offers a fun challenge, and with 4 different difficulties, the game doesn't have to feel impossible to beat.
It has a wide array of weapons to choose from (each having a different effectiveness on the enemies you will encounter in the game), as well as several different items to help you out on your journey.
As a roguelike, there is a random element to it, since you won't always encounter the same items and weapons, as well as the same enemies on the same floors (save for bosses), and with environmental hazards thrown into the mix here and there, the game keep things interesting.
As you level up, your stats increase and you can choose perks. There are a lot of perks to pick from, and they all help out in different, but essential ways. If you can get far enough, you should end up with all of them.
Another great thing was the continuation of updates issued by the developers. They listened to a few common complaints the game used to have and fixed them accordingly, making the game less stale as a whole (some of the updates regarded the balancing of weapons and backgrounds (or classes, if you will), as well as the addition of some more features, and were greatly appreciated). The most important one though, was the save feature, because playing 100 levels in a row was a bit too much.
It's true that some people might be turned off by its graphics, or even the music, but then again, this game isn't for everyone, and people will always have different tastes in just about anything. As it currently stands though, I can't help but recommend it quite a lot. It's a fun trip to the top of Helios that I will surely be taking more than once.
Verfasst: 19. Mai
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.7 Std. insgesamt
It's like Marathon With Guns.

But to be serious this is a great game and definatly worth a try at least. It plays like a typical classic shooter akin to Doom, Marathon, Duke Nukem, ect. But one big thing seprating it is the Roguelike RPG elements that the game is based on, when starting you can pick a set of starting equipment such as the Soldier which has a fully loaded assault rifle and some decent armor to start or The Prisoner which starts barebones but can take two Perks instead of one at the start.

Once you start it's pretty self expanatory. You have 100 randomly generated floors to go through with momentary safe rooms spaced between each one that allows you to Upgrade/Repair weapons and buy ammo and health for the next set of floors. You can find a number of weapons off of Enemies that you fight which can drop on anyfloor off of any enemy ranging from a Realtivly weak Katana to a ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Rocket Launcher. The levels are pretty easy but get harder and harder the father you get up, Of course this can be said of any game but as anyone who plays Rougelikes knows: Once you die, you lose everything and have to start again.

There is plenty of replay value to be found in this game, the more Intel you collect throughout the game you gain bonuses such as Health and Damage upgrades that can carry over to the next game and Higher Diffulcuty levels if your man enough for them.

To put it simply: this is a great game overall and well worth the 10 bucks you can get it for ($4 as I write this during the summer sale).
Verfasst: 20. Juni
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.4 Std. insgesamt
I haven't played a great deal of Rogue Shooter, but I have to admit I'm not sure I will.

This is my first Steam review ever, and I write it because Rogue Shooter looked like an intriguing and fun game, and I really, really wanted to like it.

The idea is a good one: a fast-paced never-the-same-twice, permadeath FPS harking back to the good ol'days of Wolfenstein and Corridor Seven.

I like the humour. It's genuinely funny and well-written. I like the weapons and mechanics, and I really like the data feature which helps you get better over multiple playthroughs.

However, there were a couple of things that tell me it's just not ready for market yet. There were four, and I'll list them below.

1) Lack of save. I understand permadeath, but there are A HUNDRED floors in this game. Why not implement FTL-like saving+quitting in case I don't have time to play until death or THE HUNDREDTH floor? Unlike Binding of Isaac, the game is simply too long not to be able to save and come back to it later, and it's not like the difficulty ramps up very steeply so it can get to a point where you're just praying for death.

2) Impossible maps. On my very first playthrough, maybe my third or fourth floor, I realised I was trapped in a square unconnected to the rest of the floor and isolated from the elevator up. This was annoying enough on the single-digit floors but can you imagine your white-hot rage if you were on the 60th floor when this happened? Or the 99th? Surely it would just make sense to ensure there was a route from entrance to elevator on each floor when it generated?

3) Terrible slowdown. The game inexplicably slowed to a crawl on several floors and I couldn't figure out why. The graphics? The number of enemies moving around? The level generation itself? There is no reason a game this light should chug like that on my computer (it's not the best machine but it runs other, heavier games just fine).

4) Music stops. This is purely aesthetic but really does affect the enjoyment of the game. I found several times that the music stopped after a while, maybe after the track finished once, and it didn't repeat. I was just running around in silence except for the meagre sound effects and it just wasn't very fun. If none of the other things I've listed were there, I probably would let this one slide. But in a game where I already have my doubts this kind of just drives home the point that the game's just not done yet.

So I'd say if you're curious and maybe want to spend a few hours messing around with a new, unique game, pick this up.

But I just can't give it a recommendation.
Verfasst: 19. Mai
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4 von 6 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
This is a great game! Or so I've heard. Because I've enver been able to launch it.
The devs advise you 'delete the local content and reinstall' to fix the problems after they've supposedly patched it, but even afterwards it still has the same errors on launch. The fact they tell you this anyway when Steam has an automatic update system is beyond my comprehension.

Until you actually address people's issues, in depth, and I cna get this game running this will be a negative review, sorry.
Verfasst: 22. Mai
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5 von 8 Personen (63%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.3 Std. insgesamt
I'd love to write a positive review, but I can't play it! The game, apparently, does not work with Windows 32bit. This is the only game I've ever had where this was a problem, and it's completely unacceptable. It's also unacceptable that there is no information on the store page informing people about this problem so they know not to purchase the game.
Verfasst: 9. Juni
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6 von 10 Personen (60%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.9 Std. insgesamt
This game should have been great. It had all the makings of a great game, and initially it had all the enthusiasm from its developer that it could have ever needed. Then he disappeared. And he came back with this. A game that should have been great. But instead has massive memory leaks, damn near broken sound, and you get all this for five bucks. Until the memory leaks are fixed, I strongly urge any would-be buyers to refrain, at least for now. You'll spend more time swearing at your screen than you will playing. And that's likely before you ever fire a shot (or kick if you're into that).
Verfasst: 29. April
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.9 Std. insgesamt
Out of all the FPS Roguelikes, this is the best one.
Verfasst: 19. September
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.2 Std. insgesamt
I think rogue shooter has a lot of potential. The weapon system plays alot like borderlands for example you could have a +1 shotgun but a +2 pistol would beat it. The game is cruel and makes you go to lvl 100 in one life. there are safe floors every 4 floors that have a merchant and a workshop. The AI is good and also bad, you can dodge everything. One of the aliens has a shield aurora that makes all enemies around it invincible, which i disagree with, hopefully they will patch it in the future giving it a damage reduction. the game gets a bit repetitive, but can be enertaining from floor to floor. And this is done with weather conditions such as no radar for this floor. The perk system is good but i want more usefull perks.

its a good game if you have a friend over to play shifs, im giving the game a 8/10 for being as classic as possible
Verfasst: 12. Juni
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
17.8 Std. insgesamt
It's a love letter to the 90s, without heavily referncing games form that era, by being a reference to those games of that era. It's your shareware Doom, Quake, Wolfenstien, all wrapped into a rouge-like style with some basic RPG elements, and it's amazing. I don't know if it's just because I fondled the 90s a lot fondly as a 90s child but the 90s was a time when I played games like Doom and Quake and Wolfenstien and these were the games at the time which were great. I would wear an onion round by waist because it was the style at the time. None the less Rouge Shooter is a game you can buy on steam and use with your computer at any time, and you should because it's good.
Verfasst: 1. Juni
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